8pm Thursday 7 May
£FreeNick Sayers Solargraphs: Private View
The Sun Over the City: A Brighton Fringe Exhibition
Six-month exposure pinhole camera photographs of Brighton and Hove landmarks. These photos reveal a dreamlike, four-dimensional view of the city and the Sun's tracks across the sky as it passes from winter to summer.
They were shot using handmade beer-can pinhole cameras, often secretly attached to buildings and street furniture.
The Exhibition runs from Friday 1st May - Sunday 28th June
The Private View is FREE on Thursday 7th May, 7.45-10pm.
The Workshop: Make your own pinhole solargraph camera will be held on
Friday 22 May and Saturday 20 June,
at a cost of £8 (including all materials). Child friendly (10 years up)
Artist Talk is FREE on Wednesday 3 June, 7.45-10pm
Drinks and snacks available at all evening events.
To book a talk or workshop, please visit nicksayers.eventbrite.com.
To contact Nick Sayers: email@example.com or phone 07812 036415
8pm Thursday 21 May
£5 (£4)Alanna McIntyre: Rethreading My Life
A Brighton Fringe Event
Alanna McIntyre will be reading from her memoir: Rethreading my Life, a brave and fiercely honest account of how she coped with her grief at her husband's suicide and the long road to healing and recovery. Alanna says: 'I have tried to capture the emotions that I felt and how I coped in an honest account of bereavement. It is written in lyrical style; poetry is my favourite medium, it deals with a dark subject in an uplifting manner. It shows how through structuring my day I have built a routine that allows me to be grounded in my garden and nature."
Alanna is supported by music played by Ben Blake and with readings by Jo.
29 September 2013 -Illumination by Woodstar
Brighton wood sculptor Dave Gourlay of Woodstar, has created a series of architectural lights displaying the translucence of different wood veneers, which form a permanent exhibition at the cafe.
The pendant Trinity shades are adjustable. When shut down they give sculptural mood lighting, when opened up they allow a practical quantity of direct light to suffuse the room. Woodstar offer a range of pendant and wall mounted lampshades. Alternatively you can specify a unique light, or combination of lights which reflect the proportions, palette and feel of your particular scheme.
Woodstar is a Brighton based company, specialising in shaping wood into
If you would like to view further examples of their work (all displayed at Redroaster